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  1. I am pretty sure there is no copyright on them, free to download. The Parametric files are available as text files : Preamp: -6.4 dB Filter 1: ON PK Fc 24 Hz Gain -5.7 dB Q 0.47 Filter 2: ON PK Fc 119 Hz Gain -6.5 dB Q 0.64 Filter 3: ON PK Fc 1515 Hz Gain 5.3 dB Q 1.59 Filter 4: ON PK Fc 4278 Hz Gain 4.7 dB Q 1.78 Filter 5: ON PK Fc 16206 Hz Gain 2.3 dB Q 0.72 Filter 6: ON PK Fc 547 Hz Gain -2.0 dB Q 3.27 Filter 7: ON PK Fc 805 Hz Gain -1.6 dB Q 3.89 Filter 8: ON PK Fc 2193 Hz Gain 0.5 dB Q 0.09 Filter 9: ON PK Fc 6791 Hz Gain 3.9 dB Q 5.89 Filter 10: ON PK Fc 6815 Hz Gain -2.3 dB Q
  2. @Pankajk5The real genius is Jaakko Pasanen who creates the settings from the measurements he collects from the labs. I will take credit for bringing things together only ;-). I was struggling like you with my sony headphones to reduce bass and get more clarity in the middle range. I even looked at the measurements and tried to adjust by hand. Based on the results I stumbled on wavelet that uses AutoEq (16 bits only) and then to the database of Jaakko. I applied them to Neutron trial and like you was blown away by the result, so much better than my manual attempts to get things straight. Hence
  3. Copyright is no issue. You can contact the developer on Reddit. https://www.reddit.com/user/jaakkopasanen, If you like I will mail him for you.
  4. Oh, I almost forgot. The benefit for users would be to download the settings automatically instead of tweaking things by hand. That is the main request. If I understand you correctly by 'in the meantime' you are suggesting to include this feature in a next/future release ?
  5. I tried it on Neutron trial with manual settings (they have a text file with eq settings) and the result is amazing. If you look at the result for Sony WH-1000XM3 you see that the frequency/Qfactor/Gain is a very close approximation to the desired curve, much better than using fixed frequence and gain. Just see the comparison in the graph. I agree that it is questionable if a human ear would hear the delta in every music style you are listening to. Still, what is wrong with perfection 🙂
  6. But they are sub-optimal 😉 Just an approximation versus the real deal. Hence a feature request.
  7. Actually the parametric settings are provided online in the results section, so you can easily provide the list from https://github.com/jaakkopasanen/AutoEq/blob/master/results/README.md which links to the parametric file like https://github.com/jaakkopasanen/AutoEq/blob/master/results/oratory1990/harman_over-ear_2018/Sony WH-1000XM3/Sony WH-1000XM3 ParametricEQ.txt So, it should be easy to implement ;-). Secondly you need to set all parameters to make it work, so manual changes would be a step, but only sliders will not work without Q factor and specific frequency.
  8. I second that, already had entered the feature equest.
  9. There is a project that allows a user to 'normalize' their headphones based on industry standard measurements, see : https://github.com/jaakkopasanen/AutoEq/blob/master/README.md with a list of supported headphones at : https://github.com/jaakkopasanen/AutoEq/blob/master/results/README.md Could you, like for instance the wavelet app, enable a function to load these settings based on a headphone selection to be loaded as eq settings for normalization and then allow a second eq to color the music style ?
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